The Effing Foundation operates thanks to the work of our wonderful staff (below), Board of Directors and Advisory Council.


Kit Stubbs, Ph.D.


Kit Stubbs, Ph.D. (Founder & Executive Director) they/them

Kit is a white non-binary/queer/femme maker and entrepreneur who's more interested in people than in technology. They have a Ph.D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University, and their light-up dildo prototype 
"The Hammer" was named the #1 Geekiest Sex Toy by Kit has spoken on gender, sexuality, and sex/tech at events across the US including Arisia, Burning Man, Dark Odyssey: Winter Fire, Hackers On Planet Earth (HOPE), Harvard Sex Week, the NELA Fetish Fair Fleamarket, and WisCon. They blog about technological empowerment for sexuality & pleasure at The Toymaker Project and co-organize teasecraft, a meetup group for sex/kink-positive crafters. Kit tweets occasionally as @vortacist.

Koko Li, Effing Foundation Administrator


Koko Li (Administrator) they/them

Koko (they/them) is currently a masters of arts student in urban planning & policy at Tufts University. They have a background and interest in grassroots community organizing and issues of displacement and community control of land and affordable housing. They are working on their homesteading skills and dream of owning collective land with QTBIPOC (queer and trans black, indigenous, and people of color) fam and building our own affordable communities and creating the material means for futures where we can thrive.

Koko is always excited by organizations and peoples trying to provide resources for QTBIPOC folks who are extremely marginalized in the conventional fundraising processes. They are always working on expanding their financial planning skills and hope to help QTBIPOC folks plan their personal finances, start businesses, and figure out how to pool collective resources to invest in our own community development and wealth building.

Dom Chatterjee


Dom Chatterjee (Communications Manager) they/them

Dom is an editor, writer, and self-taught designer who is passionate about shifting conversations to center the most marginalized communities. In addition to being the founder of QTPoC Mental Health and Rest for Resistance, they are proud of being a cat dad to a feral rescue. Dom’s interests include figuring out what it means to decolonize meditation, healing trauma in the body through aerial arts, and baking (or just eating) many desserts. They are based in Portland, OR.